(PHOTO/ Chloe Lyle) Scott Shelton discusses the implications of corporation imposing their agendas on local and federal legislation.
(CONTRIBUTED/ Casey Richards) Aubrey West, a senior exercise science major from Niceville, Florida; Jordan Blount, a sophomore sociology major from Hartford; and Ashley Ray prepare food at their workplace, Chicken Salad Chick.
(PHOTO/ Wesley Hostetler) Pradyot Sharma discusses the importance of universities investing in and researching hot-button issues like gun control.
(PHOTO/ Bishal Niroula) Judge Hightower likes to work outdoors in his free time and enjoys running and swimming. He likes reading literature relating to Christian thinking and practice.
(PHOTO/ Emma Daniel) Emma Daniel (left), a freshman broadcast journalism major from Dothan, and Elizabeth Miller (right), a junior English language arts education major from Ashford, after going to shoot with a group of friends.
(PHOTO/ Kevin Glackenmeyer) Matt Firpo discusses the importance of respecting young adults in political narratives.
(PHOTO/ Holly Ammons) Pradyot Sharma explores the implications of media bias and how it corrupts credibility and accuracy.
(PHOTO/ Chloe Lyle) Pratibha Gautam criticizes advertising that targets specific genders and promotes unhealthy ideas on gender performance.
(PHOTO/ Kevin Glackenmyer) Matt Firpo discusses the issues with Congress as a bipartisan leadership.
(PHOTO/ Chloe Lyle) Lizz Robb explores the possibility of preventing gun violence by creating stricter measures for purchasing firearms.